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BREAKING NEWS: Liverpool has signed  player with the highest transfer value at every premier League club



BREAKING NEWS: Liverpool has signed  player with the highest transfer value at every premier League club

Today’s post finishes our series of articles profiling the players with the highest transfer value at all 20 Premier League teams.

After going through our third five last week, we now move on to our fourth and final set of stars.

For the valuations, we will be taking data from CIES Football Observatory, who have put together a sophisticated statistic model to assess the price tags of footballers across the world.

Press the next page as we list the most valuable players at Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Tottenham, West Ham and Wolves.

Chelsea are still pushing to sign £70m midfielder, no agreement found with Liverpool – journalist

Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo is a top transfer target for Chelsea, having failed to find an agreement with Liverpool.

Caicedo looks like being one of the major transfers of the summer, with Brighton set to bank around £70m for him. With so many top clubs on the lookout for midfield additions, the Ecuadorian is on a lot of club’s wish lists.

Liverpool have been named as one of those clubs in the lead up to the summer window. But with his price-tag on the high side, they don’t appear to be one of the front-runners. This is a stance today confirmed by journalist Florian Plettenberg on Twitter.

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“News Caicedo: He was discussed at FC Bayern in the last days as he has still no agreement with Chelsea or Liverpool yet,” Plettenberg wrote. “Bayern is monitoring his situation. But CFC still pushing.

“But: Tuchel has other plans and is not pushing for him at this stage.”

Liverpool still in Caicedo race… just

It was a little bit of a surprise this afternoon to read Caicedo’s name in connection with Liverpool. At the moment there look to be three or four sides ahead of them in this particular race.

Nevertheless, maybe the Reds can’t be ruled out just yet. They’ve been claimed to be ready to enter the race to sign the 21-year-old if his price drops to an acceptable level [The Telegraph].

The longer he goes without securing a transfer elsewhere, perhaps that becomes a more likely scenario.

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It would also explain why there has been such little movement on Liverpool’s transfer business over the last week or so. Maybe they’re just keeping one eye on Caicedo’s situation before they pull the trigger on anything else.

Although that doesn’t seem especially likely, it is clear that Liverpool do have long-held interest in the Brighton man.

Having got themselves a good deal from the Seagulls in the shape of Alexis Mac Allister, maybe they’ll return for a second raid.

Either way, it seems as though any such agreement isn’t exactly imminent. Chelsea sound like they’re pushing hard, so Liverpool’s interest might soon become an irrelevance.

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Premier League fixtures’leaked’as Man United in key role but one detail hints big reveal could be a hoax

The opening day fixtures for the new English Premier League season appear to have been leaked online – but one detail hints the reveal could well be a wind-up.

Fans are poised to find out on Thursday morning who their teams will face on opening day and beyond with the league set to announce the fixtures for 2023/24. And a document doing the rounds on Twitter got fans talking ahead of the big reveal as it appeared to give the game away in advance.

As shared by numerous fan pages online, a document reading ‘PRESS EMBARGO: STRICTLY NOT FOR RELEASE BEFORE 09:00 BST 15 JUNE 2023’ showed the apparent fixtures for opening day on the front page. It had Manchester United hosting Brighton while Liverpool are pencilled in for a trip to Luton Town and champions Manchester City traveling to Championship winners Burnley.

Eagle-eyed fans though quickly pointed out though that playoff winners Luton may not be ready to host a home game until weeks into the season. That comes as they make improvements to Kenilworth Road in order to get it up to Premier League standards and they could be forced to play their first three league games away.

Their chairman Mick Harford told the BBC at the beginning of June that their stadium is “11-12 weeks away” from being ready to host home games. That would at the very least rule out the opening matchweek of the season due to take place on the weekend of Saturday 12th August.

Fans will find out on Thursday morning if the “leak” is legit or if someone is telling porkies. The big reveal is pencilled in for 9am.

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